An alcohol company synonymous with vodka is pushing into tequila and mezcal, a sign of the liquors’ burgeoning popularity in the U.S.
The Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has posted further information of interest to brewers as part of the continuing effort to provide guidance concerning the recently reduced excise tax rates. The new information follows and complete information is available on TTB’s Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform page.
Diageo has acquired German vermouth brand Belsazar – the first company to have “graduated” from innovation incubator Distill Ventures, which is funded by Diageo.
As online grocery shopping continues to grow, so will online alcohol sales, according to a recent report from Rabobank and cited by Supermarket News.
- Beverage Industry Trade Groups Fear Tariffs Will Cause Aluminum ‘Price Gouging’ as Brewers Face Increased Costs
Concerns over potential price gouging are mounting after President Donald Trump signed an executive order last Thursday to impose a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum.
25 years, the vast majority of Americans still don’t drink it. Only about 1 in 8 beers sold in America is a craft beer.
- Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Announces Technology Partnership with Vermont Information Processing
MIAMI & DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits (“Southern Glazer’s”)—the largest North American wine and spirits distribution company—today announced its technology partnership with Vermont Information Processing (VIP), a data processing, reporting, and analytics solutions specialist in the beverage industry.
A website that specialises in the sale of Japanese spirits has added a new service offering to deliver Japanese wines to anywhere in the world.
The Scotch Whisky Association is backing a joint proposal submitted to Brussels by the drinks trade on calorie labelling, which promises to ensure that nutritional and ingredient information will be available on all beer, wine and spirits sold in the EU by 2022.
According to The Guardian, shoppers may have to pay up to 30% more for popular wines like Pinot Grigio and Prosecco, but this all depends on how much of the increased cost of wine this year supermarkets will pass on to the consumer.